By now I believe that all of you know that the new Facebook reactions are here and gone are the days of the simple “Like.” Today we can express our love, anger, laughter, surprise and sadness on our friends’ posts. We’ll probably never get a true “dislike” button on Facebook, but at least Facebook started to roll out something closer.
Among many major changes which are the user’s main picture and bio which are now scaled to the left, and the more space dedicated to the header photo. This revamped timeline makes tweets look larger and focus more on photos. Also, tweets with more engagement appear larger in user timelines, and you can filter based on photos/videos, replies and so on.
Apple released iOS 6 to the public today making the download available to users of recent iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch models and it’s available in for UAE users now. iOS 6 adds over 200 new features, like Apple’s own Maps app, Facebook integration, Siri improvements and more.
Be patient as the rush to download the update usually slows the update process to a crawl.
For what I’ve seen so far iOS 6 has given the user more features to make the things we do every day even better. For anyone who has received a late night text message disturbing their sleep, or accidentally received a dumb phone call in the middle of a meeting, the new Do Not Disturb feature is a lifesaver. Moreover, here are few features I loved …
Here we go again .. Facebook New Timeline have made its way from profiles to fan pages now!
An annoying change with the new Facebook timeline is that you can no longer have a landing page or welcome tab for your business page, a favored feature for many savvy brands. I believe that this option was one of the primary ways to control the first impression a user encountered. Not having this option will drastically change user impressions when they first visit the page. Maybe brands should be translating their key messages into visual images before it gets forced on us!